Towards the end of the Davis Cup in Tennis

Towards the End of the Davis Cup? The Federations Vote this Thursday

The major reform project of the Davis Cup, which radically cleaves the world of tennis, is put to the vote Thursday in Orlando (Florida). The major reform project of the Davis Cup, which radically cleaves the world of tennis, is put to the vote Thursday in Orlando (Florida) between supporters of a shortened tournament and more lucrative and followers of a century-old […]

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Fed Cup captain Amelie Mauresmo cheers Caroline Garcia in the final against Czech Karolina Pliskova on 13 November 2016 in Strasbourg.

Davis Cup: Amélie Mauresmo First Woman Captain of the French Team

Amélie Mauresmo has been named to succeed Yannick Noah as captain of the French tennis team for the Davis Cup. A female captain is a first. The French Davis Cup team will be led for the first time in its history by a captain, the former World No.1 Amélie Mauresmohaving been appointed to succeed Yannick Noah next year, announced Saturday the […]

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Nicolas Mahut, Gilles Simon and Richard Gasquet have assured Tokyo this weekend. They qualified for the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup.

Davis Cup: The Herbert Mahut French pair Qualifies for Quarters

After two strong singles victory yesterday, the Blues have won twice against Japan in the first round of the Davis Cup. The French pair wins 3-0 and will play the quarterfinals. France has qualified for the quarter finals of the Davis Cup by beating Japan 3-0 thanks to victory twice Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut […]

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